The Busanga Bush Camp is set idyllically on a small hill crowned by trees on the Busanga Plains in the north-western sector of the Kafue National Park. Because of the remote location, only four-wheel drives reach the Busanga Bush Camp in roughly three hours.
The Busanga Plains are the most important wetlands in Zambia. Having been flooded in the preceding months, the plains dry out from June to November. The lush vegetation and remaining lagoons and waterways attract countless wild animals in read more »
The gracious Busanga Bush Camp features four old-fashioned tent-cottages equipped with single beds and accommodating a total maximum of eight guests. The cottages sport a traditional thatched roof and read more »
Almost the entire area of Zambia is formed by a vast plateau with an average altitude of 1000 metres above sea level. Set at the heart of Africa, Zambia is a country of woods, rivers, big lakes, savannah, read more »